Examining the post-covid relationship between cities and data

Herbert Smith Freehills partner Miriam Everett and associate Chloe Kite assess the way in which data collection and data-driven technologies, accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic, might change the way cities function.

02 July 2020

The two-year GDPR review – “overall success” or work in progress?

Following the European Commission’s assessment of the GDPR, Reed Smith partner Elle Todd asks whether the GDPR has been a success – or if it’s too early to tell.

01 July 2020

Analysis: completed cross-border GDPR enforcement

The extent of cross-border GDPR enforcement has become clear. GDR crunched the numbers to bring you the key takeaways – including the matters that have attracted enforcers’ attention, and how regulators have concluded their investigations.

26 June 2020

What Google’s failed €50 million GDPR appeal means for the one-stop-shop

The judgment that ended Google’s French GDPR appeal provides some much-needed clarity on the one-stop-shop; organisations using data across borders in Europe should pay attention.

25 June 2020

The data revolution happening in professional services

KPMG’s former head of digital disruption is now leading the charge to revolutionise the way data is used and analysed in the auditing and professional services industry.

16 June 2020

New Zealand set to modernise data protection framework

New Zealand legislation designed to address  21st century data protection issues is close to being enacted – but some observers say that it does not have sufficient enforcement powers or data protection safeguards.

12 June 2020

Malindo Air: a stalled landmark case in Malaysian data protection

A landmark trial involving a Malaysian airline is on hold during the country’s covid-19 lockdown.

09 June 2020

Close encounters of the technological kind: How unregulated technologies cashed in on covid-19

Keith Oliver and Amalia Neenan of Peters & Peters call for regulation of technology used to combat covid-19.

09 June 2020

Contact tracing principles

Taylor Wessing London partner Christopher Jeffery sets out the data protection principles that covid-19 contact tracing apps will need to follow.

05 June 2020

Managing data privacy risks in Asia-Pacific corporate investigations

Reed Smith Singapore partner Calvin Chan, counsel Charmian Aw and associate Nicholas Seng walk companies through issues companies need to consider when facing investigations in the Asia-Pacific region.

01 June 2020

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